Politics


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Trump Fires Watchdog Who Handled Ukraine Complaint

Michael Atkinson was the first to inform Congress about an anonymous whistleblower complaint last year that described Trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democrat Joe Biden and his son.

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Trump’s Coronavirus Approval Rating Has Plummeted

The president’s approval mark has dropped 8% since March 20 while his disapproval has risen by 9%

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Sen. Loeffler Sold Off Travel Stocks Hours Before Trump Announced Travel Ban

Loeffler sold $46,027 worth of stock in an online travel company in the day preceding President Trump’s March 11 announcement of a ban on most European travel to the United States.

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Trump’s Son-in-Law Thinks ‘Our Stockpile’ Doesn’t Apply to States

Jared Kushner joined the White House daily coronavirus briefing on Thursday, and immediately garnered criticism.

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Milwaukee Convention Slides One Month

Democratic National Committee praised for the move to August 17 due to pandemic

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Americans Trust Dr. Fauci and Local Leaders More Than Trump on Coronavirus

According to a new poll, only 45% of voters said they trusted Trump to tell the truth about the novel coronavirus out break.

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Trump Passes the Buck to States on Giving Nurses and Doctors What They Need

Trump’s labeling of the federal government as “backup” ignores the fact that he is the only one who can invoke the Defense Production Act to compel companies to produce medical equipment and supplies.